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An analysis commissioned by pharmacy benefits managers revealed no correlation between drug prices and rebates.
UnitedHealth is confident it will post better-than-expected growth for the full year, regardless of what happens with health reform.
In the last week, New Hampshire, Kentucky and Colorado have moved rate deadlines to June from April or May.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche report health insurers must decide soon whether to participate in 2018 ACA exchanges while the government decides if it will keep funding subsidies.
The largest U.S. health insurer reported a 9.4 percent rise in quarterly revenue, driven by strength in its pharmacy benefit management business.
The news weighed on stocks in the hospital sector Monday, overshadowing some positive regulatory changes from the Trump administration.
If Democrats are smart, they'll stop throwing a tantrum and work with Trump on health-care reform, says Jake Novak.
The insurance plan will cover more than 10,000 parents of the coffee giant's Chinese employees.
President Donald Trump has apparently not given up on repealing Obamacare.
The administration isn't providing much clarity on a health care decision that insurers desperately want answers on, Vox reports.
Zenefits was fined $1.2 million for letting unlicensed employees solicit, negotiate and sell insurance policies.
In a medical system often described as dysfunctional, it can be difficult to navigate health care and avoid massive bills, Vox reports.
With President Donald Trump in the White House, the fate of Obama's health-care legislation remains unsettled.
Groups that support, and oppose, Obamacare are targeting certain GOP lawmakers for pressure as a Republican bill remains stalled.
Obamacare plans in nearly three dozen states may turn a small profit in 2018, the New York Times reports.
Health insurers are effectively operating in the dark at a crucial point in their planning for 2018 coverage.
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